It was great to participate in the Triangle Interactive Marketing Association (TIMA) 4th Annual “Futurist’s Panel” held at the great new space co-working space at HUB Raleigh.
TIMA hosted its April 2012 Lunch and Learn and brought in panelists Linda Depo of Meals on Wheels, Lu Esponsito of the Red Cross, and Nick Jordon of @Smashing Boxes to discuss the future of interactive marketing with nonprofits.
excerpt coming soon
A question that I’ve heard more than once in meetings is: “How do we get people to come to our site?” And there’s a variety of fill-in-the-blank answers, but really the question they’re trying to get to is how to we make our website part of some one’s daily routine, or perhaps better yet how do we create a habit? Let’s discuss.
When it comes to websites, most businesses and nonprofits operate in triage mode. They know they need something, but what? Join us for an interactive session will feature open networking, four “before and after” website makeover presentations, and audience feedback.
Triangle Interactive Marketing Association (TIMA) will host its 2nd event of the year featuring Richard Schwartz, Executive Director of WebMD, and a panel of top-tier Raleigh interactive marketers with digital and online experience in the healthcare industry.
Richard Schwartz, Executive Director of WebMD will speak digital marketing trends and opportunities in the ever-growing, ever-changing healthcare industry at the next TIMA event.
The Triangle Interactive Marketing Association (TIMA) kicked off it’s 2012 year with it’s first event, and by passing the presidential reigns from Janet Kennedy to James Wong.